Horror Movie Review: Blood Orgy At Beaver Lake (2012)

Let’s be honest, you’ve seen the title, seen that Troma are connected to this movie so have already made up your mind if it is for you. One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. We can attest to that having enjoyed many a Troma movie over the years. This is not one of them.

Written by Mike C. Hartman who also directed it with Frank J. Levanduski. Blood Orgy at Beaver Lake is a horror-comedy that face-plants in some style.

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A scientist is working on a new drug that combines cocaine, ecstasy and Viagra. It’s called Sextacy 69 and the mad doctor is having some trouble perfecting it. His boss, Mr. Delicious wants results though and sends his two henchwomen to find out what is going on.

Desperate to show results, the scientist decides to test the drug on himself. Unfortunately, it turns him into a sex-crazed zombie but he is killed by the henchwomen before he can do any real damage.

The henchwomen decide to take the Sextacy 69 to a remote camp called Beaver Lake but it ends up in the hands of some local hillbillies. Of course, they are more than happy to try out the drug which turns them into sex-crazed zombies. Loose at Beaver Lake and looking for something to have sex with then eat, the zombies are lucky enough to come across a group of hippy campers. You know what happens next, it’s in the title!

It sounds like it could be a lot of fun and it is to some degree. Don’t take it seriously, unchain your brain and admire the absurd, graphic violence. However, Blood Orgy at Beaver Lake is a super-low budget flick and the lack of money real hurts it. It looks terrible, the effects and make-up are cringe-worthy and the cast could barely string a convincing line together. Yes, we know what we’re getting with a Troma flick but this is no-one trying at all.

It’s just not enjoyable.




Blood Orgy At Beaver Lake
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